Rogue's Gallery

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Released 1968

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Director:
Leonard Horn
Released:
1968
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Rogue's Gallery is a detective drama released in 1968, directed by Leonard Horn. It's based on the classic radio drama of the same name that aired in the 1940s. Richard Rogue (Roger Smith) is the lead character, a debonair private detective known for taking on cases that other detectives would avoid. On a seemingly routine day, Rogue becomes entangled with the highly emotional and beautiful Valerie York (Greta Baldwin). The private detective happens upon Valerie just as she is attempting to take her own life. Rogue, gentleman that he is, intervenes and saves Valerie's life. Valerie is incredibly grateful to Rogue. There is a strong physical chemistry between the two, and it looks like romance is on the horizon. The plot moves along and a few twists and turns later, both Richard and Victoria find themselves caught up in murder, mystery and intrigue. Rogue's Gallery is a thriller that keeps audiences guessing to the end.
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    Thrillers, Crime, Classics, Murder & Mayhem